dcheney - 11:27 pm on Aug 2, 2013 (gmt 0)
If I've posted this in the wrong forum, please move it! (I couldn't figure out which is the best one!)
I have a long established example.org website. Most content pages are example.org/directory1/file1.html
I recently acquired the example.com domain name, but I plan to retain example.org as the primary name.
So would it be better to (a) redirect page requests like example.com/directory1/file1.html to the same page on the example.org site.
Or should I just (b) direct all example.com requests to the root of example.org?
I'm leaning toward (b) because I doubt there are many existing links which confuse the .org and .com domains.
What do ya'll think? (and is there other options that I haven't thought of?)